PSmith

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  1. Thanks so much! I will definitely update when I *hopefully* finish the project. They are veneered but I was able to get to bare wood without a lot of sanding so will definitely proceed with caution! I plan on stripping all the doors first to reduce the amount of sanding I need to do and then lightly sanding to remove the areas bleached by the hardware so that I can replace with different pulls
  2. Hey there, I hope I can get some guidance from this forum! Our home was built in 1960 and contrary to the pictures, the finish on the cabinets is pretty worn and needs redone. We are planning on upgrading some aspects of these rooms like countertops, flooring, backsplash, and appliances. I desperately want to keep the cabinets as a nod to the original elements of the home, I also want to DIY this to save some major $$$ on the remodel. I do have a decent amount of refinishing experience on my MCM pieces of furniture but zero on cabinetry and I wonder if this refinishing project is even doable.